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    I am watching this movie right now and Kevin reminds me quite a bit of my boyfriend's 2 1/2-year-old daughter. I was wondering what you guys think Kevin is (feel free to type the others in the movie as well) just to see if the type could also apply to my boyfriend's daughter. I realize she is still really young but I can't help but try to type her anyway. Thanks!

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    INFJ? A bit lost in his own little world/thoughts.
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    Kevin= typical ISFP child, sweeeeeeeeeeet!
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    To summarize some of my observations on Kevin:

    - Realizes he is being treated worse than the rest of the family, and makes some noise about it.
    - Wants to get back at the family for this.
    - Loves being alone, without the rest of his family there.
    - Not really a planning type, definitely more casual and laid back regarding things like time and deadlines.
    - Very independent and resourceful.
    - Very observant.

    He's ISTP imo.

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    Home Alone is one of my favorite movies. Just saying.

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    ISTP sounds about right to me. I'm thinking my boyfriend's daughter is ESXP. Will most likely be ESTP, imo. She is nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Home Alone is one of my favorite movies. Just saying.
    Me too!! Home Alone 2 is good as well.

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    I just realized his whole scheme for catching the robbers was him planning. But I don't really see him as ISTJ. He can plan things, but prefers to remain open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    Me too!! Home Alone 2 is good as well.
    Oh indeed. I refuse to believe a 3rd one and beyond (?) exists. Post Macaulay Culkin .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    I just realized his whole scheme for catching the robbers was him planning. But I don't really see him as ISTJ. He can plan things, but prefers to remain open.
    Like Kobe and his holding off of extension talks?

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